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factory in rear of saloon at 1342
E. 70th st.
Wm. Caldwell and Kid French,
both negroes, were pounding
each other to pulp when the po
There was a wild scramble for
the doors and windows, and then
the police, t6 stop any spectators
escaping,, fired their revolvers.
When the smoke cleared, Edw.
Schultz, 8910 Cottage Grove ave.,
was 'on the floor, bleeding from
wounds in the hand and cheek.
The police arrested Schultz, his
two 6-year-old tvvins, and about
90 others. 50 men escaped.
The Hearst-Harrison men are
being gently booted out of the
Democratic party. That's why
the H.-H. outfit is so busy holler
ing for harmony.
Democratic county central com
mittee will shortly adopt revised
list of precinct committeemen in
The only Hearst-Harrison men
who will be on this revised list
will be such as promise to give
their loyal support to Edward F.
Dunne for the governorship.
The Hearst-Harrison men say
this proves that the Sullivan wing
is determined to oust the Harri
son organization. ,
' The H.-H. crowd is right. The
sullivan wing is quite determined
to do that very same fhing. The
Sullivan,, wing being exceedingly
tired of having Andy Lawrence
messing around and giving the
party a bad name.
And why shouldn't the Sulli
van wing fire out the Hearst-Har- j
rison organization? They beat!
'em at the last primaries, and at
State's Attorney Wayman has
declared war on the municipal
courts again, and called on his as
sistants to help him discredit
Chief Justice Olson is not much
disturbed by this. He says the
prosecutors,and the courts always
are fighting, chiefly because the
prosecutors are always playing
Hyman H. Kohn held in $14,
000 bail for arson in connection
with fire that destroyed father's
tobacco factory, 2903 Wentworth
Kohn's father, Solomon, pre
viously had been arrested and
held without being booked.
Daughter got his release through
habeas corpus proceedings.
Mrs. Helen Rither, 50, 535 E.
37th St., knocked down and badly
injured by department store auta
Carl Cornell, 14, tied Edw.
Smith, 6; to tree in Aurora, built
fire around him and lashed him
with blacksnake whip.
The Smith boy is in serious
condition. Young Cornell has
been spirited out of town by his
Dr. D. H. Kress says that as
the price of meat increases, the
number of divorces will decrease.
"Eating flesh foods produces
quarrelsonie disposition," Kress
explained. "Quarrelsome disposi
tions lead to the divorce court. I
welcome the increase in price of
The Beef Trust ought to give
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